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port numbers for protocols

Walter Vetrivel
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Joined: Mar 01, 2001
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What are the port numbers for the IIOP, JRMP protocols?
The port numbers for http is 80 and https is 443.
Thanks Walter
John Wetherbie
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I don't think these protocols have their own ports because they are running on top of something else. At least I have never seen specific port numbers mentioned.
If they have an RFC associated with them it will talk about ports in there.
John


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Jim Baiter
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I believe for JRMP the default is 1099 and IIOP 900 - both are definitely configurable.
Rahul Mahindrakar
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IIOP is 535 one can check it up here
One thing to keep in mind is the port for JRMP by default is 1099 and is not allocated by any authority. Since it is greater than 1024 anybody can use this port.
[This message has been edited by Rahul Mahindrakar (edited May 14, 2001).]
Walter Vetrivel
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Thanks everyone
Walter
 
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